Workplace Giving with OneSight
Looking for an easy, powerful way to create real change in the world?
1 in 7 people worldwide can’t see clearly and have no way to fix it. It’s a fixable problem, but it does need resources. Workplace giving provides a foundation of ongoing support to help change lives, communities, and hearts for good through the power of glasses—in your backyard and around the world.
Even just a few dollars can make a big impact in someone’s life.
= a pair of glasses for someone in need
= a comprehensive eye exam
= glasses AND a comprehensive eye exam
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Our Workplace Giving Toolkit has everything you need to jumpstart a successful campaign—from timelines and helpful reminders to sample emails and donation forms.
Still have questions? Brittany Alba can help. Contact her at 513-283-9690 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You and your colleagues or employees can join forces to support OneSight, helping more people see–and live–better. OneSight will work with your company to create a meaningful workplace giving campaign that fits your needs and drives engagement with built-in incentives.
Employee Giving Options
Facilitate tax-deductible donations directly from paychecks to make a powerful, ongoing impact.
DOLLARS FOR DOERS
When an employee gives time as a volunteer, donate funds to show support.
Amplify an employees’ generosity by doubling or tripling their donation.
Glasses do way more than help people see better—glasses help them live better. Students can see their classwork, and a better future. Adults can earn more and provide better for their families. Such a simple thing has such a profound effect. And your company can help people get the glasses they need.
The Power of Workplace Giving
Employees feel a greater sense of loyalty to companies that help them contribute to important issues.
50% lower turnover
7.5% higher employee engagement
13% greater workplace productivity
Up to 6% higher market value
Up to 20% more revenue
“The opportunity to connect emotively to employees around issues that resonate with them goes a long way toward attracting, retaining and engaging today’s workers, and that has both business and social impact.” – Today’s Guide to Workplace Giving Success